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Title: Let Me Be A Child: A Simplified Booklet on Relevant Children Laws for Refugee Children
Authors: Refugee Consortium of Kenya
UNICEF
Keywords: Refugee
Act
Sexual Offences
Children
Child Trafficking
Issue Date: 2010
Publisher: Refugee Consortium of Kenya
Abstract: "Children are considered one of the most vulnerable members of society. As such, they often fall victim of crimes, exploitation and abuses. Although most children are considered vulnerable, children in displacement context such as refugee children face more vulnerability. Refugee children are forced to learn how to grow and enjoy their childhood in difficult circumstances, some of them having witnessed and lived through some of the most traumatic violations of human rights. To address this issue, the Refugee Consortium of Kenya (RCK) with the support of United Nations Children’s Foundation (UNICEF) has developed this Children’s Information Booklet dubbed “Let me be a Child†to raise awareness amongst refugee children and their parents/guardians on their rights and obligations."
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/23
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